A Sláintecare supported project – right care, right place, right time
How can the “Living Well” Programme help?
“Living Well” is evidenced based to improve participant’s self-efficacy, health behaviours, and social engagement while reducing feelings of depression and anxiety
What is the “Living Well” programme?
Free Group Programme
Two and a half hour workshops, once a week, for six weeks
Delivered by people living with long term health conditions and health professionals
A ‘Chronic Disease Self-Management Programme’ (CDSMP), designed in Stanford University California
Who will benefit?
People living with one or more long term health condition or their carers
Evidence shows that those coping poorly with their condition and those lacking confidence benefit most
What past participants say:
“Going into “Living Well”….I hadn’t had one positive thought for three years. The course changed all that”
“My confidence has increased”
“It has provided me with the interest to acknowledge health issues before they become uncontrollable.”
How do I refer patients?
Ring Caitriona on 087 2939881 or e-mail SelfManagementSupportsSECH@hse.ie
Self-Referrals welcome. Assistance available with travel
Posters and promotional material available for clinic areas
When is “Living Well” starting?
St Patricks Parish centre, Kilkenny City 04/02/2020
Wexford Primary Care Centre 04/02/2020
Community Centre, Oak Estate, Carlow 13/02/2020
Moyle Rovers GAA centre, Clonmel 13/02/2020
Carrickpierhish Library, Waterford City 14/02/2020
30 “Living Well” programmes will be delivered in the South East in 2020.
This project has received funding from the Government of Ireland’s Slaintecare Integration fund 2019, under grant agreement number 78
All enquiries by e-mail to SelfManagementSupportsSECH@hse.ie or by phone to Caitriona at (087) 293 9881